Thursday, March 26, 2009

Right Wing Echo Chamber, Loons, Fear Mongers....NOT!!!

According to Matthew Yglesias the hoopla stirring regarding China, Geithner, and global currency is all a vast right-wing echo chamber conspiracy and in the article Right-Wing Echo Chamber Fomenting Panic About Fake Sino-Russian Global Currency Plan he colors the right as fanatical loons just trying to make "The One" look bad. Likewise my friend DJ Black Adam writes the following on his blog:
"How about, instead of the right wasting time and energy on trying to prove that President Obama is a "Socialist" from the internationally acclaimed "Chicago Socialist School of Richard J. Daley," perhaps...I don't know...actually try providing alternatives to mitigate the movements of the extreme left (which, I'm sorry to inform you Barack is NOT a part of). "

First of all Mr. Yglesias if you read the statement by Zhou Xiachuan of the People's Bank of China here, you will find that the goal is to replace the dollar with a new reserve currency, because the Chinese are worried that Obama is destroying the viability of the dollar as a common currency for international transactions. Please refrain from lambasting the right wing for doing the job that the MSM in this country has abdicated (too bad we don't get paid for this).

DJ Black Adam it's really immaterial whether or not PSBO is a socialist in the purest sense or not. Define him however you'd like but the fact of the matter is that the US in on shaky financial ground. Yet we continue to go into debt with China and the success of our Treasury bond sales depends on the good will of China's Gao Xiqing, who controls over $700,000,000,000 of outstanding US treasury notes and who reportedly is a hard core Chinese Communist who regards America as China's enemy. Paul Shlicta maintains in his article the BC Bubble at the American Thinker that Barack Obama is continuing to push his irresponsible budget for one or all of the following reasons:

1. He is too naïve or ignorant to understand what he is risking.
2. He knows but doesn't care, being interested only in what looks good for the moment.
3. He wants to cause inflation, because inflation favors debtors and the biggest debtor in the United States is the United States. Moreover, inflation leads to devaluation of the dollar, which, as James Lewis recently pointed out, is one of the key objectives of puppet master George Soros. 4. He wants to provoke a crisis of capitalism, as James Simpson has already suggested. (Source)

Whatever the reason, the effects could be devastating. So you can call us looney if you'd like but I believe to use your words "ALL of Americans (right, left, white, black, pepsi, coke, McDonald's, Burger King)" will be effected by his decisions. I'm not trying to cause fear and panic---just awareness. Let's not crucify the truth because it's unpleasant.

25 comments:

DJ Black Adam said...

@CBW:

"Let's not crucify the truth because it's unpleasant."

Truth huh? Verily. Well, truth is an interesting thing...

Conservative Black Woman said...

Actually, DJBA truth is absolute and it's available to everyone.

DJ Black Adam said...

@CBW:

Let me break this down, there is an ABSOLUTE TRUTH, a TRUTH that we can apprehend becuase of the Spirit of truth which is the Holy Ghost.

BUT, you all have demonstrated that you are not operating in that TRUTH. For example,you keep saying President Barack Obama is a socialist, which really, is a fiction, sure you could stretch the definition, and in that case, we can say GW Bush was a socialist for his way in handling the bailout of some of the banks. So that "truth" is very subjective.

It's like this when we talk of reality and truth:

“My Religion is reality, come take a drink from the great verb stick! Coming with authority, grouping the majority, this is not your gimmick or your fraudulent trick!” Grandverbelizer Funkin Lesson brother J, X –Clan (1991)

From my observations, I have come to find that there are 5 basic levels to reality / truth:

Individual Reality, Collective Reality, Localized Reality, Relative Reality & Absolute Actuality.

Our Individual Reality is what we hold on to be true. Often times in spite of what IS true beyond our influence or understanding. Sort of like when people believed the earth was flat. This leads us to…

Collective Reality: This is when a whole lot of us get together and agree that something is true, like when people collectively thought the earth was flat, which leads to the…

Localized Reality: Looking off to the horizon people thought that the physical evidence suggested the earth was flat, after some scientific research, it was proven that our world was round and that we didn’t fall off of it because of gravity which leads to our…

Relative Reality: Gravity on earth is a reality that is relative to earth and different in other parts of existence, different on the moon for example as to how it affects our reality, however there are some forces that are absolute…

Absolute Actuality: That which is true beyond our perceptions, our ability to measure or conceive. That which is true regardless of how much we want it to be true or not be true. Many of us have a very human-centric view of reality (Individual and Collective Realities) and as such, by definition an extremely limited view.

It is sort of like believing that if a tree falls in the forest and if “We” don’t hear it believing then that it made no sound. The ABSOLUTE ACTUALITY is that the tree fell, it made a sound, and that if YOU heard it or not, is really of no consequence.

We all have access to part of that truth, though because of the confines of our limited temporal and spatial existence, we are unable to perceive it in its entirety. It makes sense, if we can accept the reality that we and our limitations are not the measure of reality.

I can accept that, as that should be obvious. We have access to TRUTH, and often times people choose to ignore it in favor of their comfort zone, which is their own individual reality. Eventually, the absolute truth becomes manifest to you and everyone (that part of it which can be perceived) at that point one has to choose to accept reality or to continue to walk in the own self delusion.

I post that the right and left are both operating in a subjective collective "reality / truth", however, the Right has really flipped out and are really lining in their own world, much more than the left now.

However, the hard TRUTH will make both sides face reality soon enough.

Jus saying...

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Conservative Black Woman said...

"I can accept that, as that should be obvious. We have access to TRUTH, and often times people choose to ignore it in favor of their comfort zone, which is their own individual reality. Eventually, the absolute truth becomes manifest to you and everyone (that part of it which can be perceived) at that point one has to choose to accept reality or to continue to walk in the own self delusion." (DJBA)

I could not agree with you more about this.

"I post that the right and left are both operating in a subjective collective "reality / truth", however, the Right has really flipped out and are really lining in their own world, much more than the left now." (DJBA)

What difference does it make if the right is flipped out if there are facts which bear out their claims. I concede that an argument can be made for perhaps "over-reacting"...but to reject that which obvious is what I fear the drones of the left (Obama acolytes)are doing. For some reason PSBO supporters are so invested in him that they are abandoning reasonable sensibilites. I'm just amazed that intelligent people are making excuses and calling names rather than examining the truth of the claims.

However, the hard TRUTH will make both sides face reality soon enough."

While I would like to agree with that I'm not so sure. It seems that if the truth is unpleasant at least one side (ah hem, the LEFT) will attack any copious dissenter.

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DJ Black Adam said...

@CBW:

"While I would like to agree with that I'm not so sure. It seems that if the truth is unpleasant at least one side (ah hem, the LEFT) will attack any copious dissenter."

Though what you say may be true, what is unfortunate is that you cannot or will not see that the Right ois just as bad

Conservative Black Woman said...

DJBA~I concede that the right is zealous perhaps to a fault in our opposition to Pres. Barack Obama and his administration. But you are wrong if you think that I want him to fail-- it's has nothing to do with him. I want him to abandon the policies he is implementing because I believe they will fail. I believe universal health care will fail! So I will go so far as to say I want him to be a HUGE SUCCESS and abandon his dumb-azz agenda in order to acheive success. I am suspicious of his agenda based on his past, his speeches, his writings (well allegedly his writings)and the fact that Soro's is backing him. I think these are ligitimate. But as a reasonable and fair person I will heed your advise and not jump too far off the deep end and I will base all of my grievances on facts not emotions. How about you do the same?

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DJ Black Adam said...

@CBW:

"I want him to abandon the policies he is implementing because I believe they will fail."

And we are entitled to believe what we will, what I believe is that what he is doing will force BOTH sides to actually deal with three problems that I agree with him on what he defined as systemic problems that have been building up over the last 20+ years (at the least) that MUST be dealt with for national secuirty and fiscal security for our nation. That being, Health Care, Energy and Education.

I have no need to defend "liberal" policies, because I am not a "Liberal", I am just pissed at the right for acting so inane, childish and silly right now.

PLUS, I feel the right are anti-Black, and nothing you can say will cahnge that, sure the left is anti-Black in some ways to, but like I said, I am not a liberal for some of the same reasons I am not a conservative.

Both sides are going to HAVE to work this out.

uptownsteve said...

"sure the left is anti-Black in some ways to"

In what way?

I'm not saying that there aren't racists on the political left.

Ed Koch, Richard Cohen and Geraldine Ferraro come immediately to mind.

But fundamentally, in my opinion, there is no comparison between liberalism and conservatism on the race issue.

The righties have opposed every form of black advancement since Emancipation.

Reconscruction, integration, civil rights legislation, voting rights, fair housing laws, affirmative action....you name it....the right has opposed it.

On top of the fact that when you look on the Democratic side of the aisle you see blacks in positions of real leadership and authority.

And what can the republicans show?

Michael friggin Steele.

DJ Black Adam said...

@Uptown:

“But fundamentally, in my opinion, there is no comparison between liberalism and conservatism on the race issue.”

Uptown, I will say that obviously post Civil Rights era there is a very significant difference between the left and the right in regard to racism and more specifically handicapping the African American community, but, there is a serious problem with the left’s way of thinking on the issue.

The macchiato drinking east coaster liberal, who looks at the “poor minority” children and feels: “poor them, they don’t know any better” is condescending and asinine. Further, some (and I do mean some) of the programs they champion and have championed don’t make sense, sure I can say that their hearts may be in the right place, but often they perpetuate a victim mentality, this I have seen, and hinder growth.

Worse then that is the Jesse Jackson, Sr.s, Al Sharptons and Michael Eric Dysons who capitalize off of the misery and help forward that mentality simply for their WON good. These are the people that called Colin Powell everything but a child of God because the man forwarded individual responsibility and communities supporting themselves.

Jus saying…

uptownsteve said...

"The macchiato drinking east coaster liberal, who looks at the “poor minority” children and feels: “poor them, they don’t know any better” is condescending and asinine."

Agreed but I don't see to many of them these days.

Such as?

I totally disagree about Michael Eric Dyson.

A brilliant and eloquent communicator who is always on point.

It used to make me sick that the media conservatives like Buchanan, Novak and others could be as vehement and aggressive as they please and the black spokesmen they'd allow on TV were mealy mouthed wusses like Carl Rowan and Juan Williams who never seemed to say what needed to be said.

Dyson is quick verbally and intellecutally and always right on target.

Jackson and Sharpton are no different than rightwing ambulance chasers like David Horowitz and Bill Bennett.

uptownsteve said...

Jackson, Sharpton and Dyson attacked Colin Powell?

I missed that.

Geez man.

Jesse Jackson spoke at my high school 30 years ago and didn't mention one word about whitey or victimhood.

He's been talking responsibility, initiative, and community empowerment for 40 years.

DJ Black Adam said...

@Uptown:

We will have to agree to disagree on Dyson, I'll just say, the man is a hack and he is one of those brown paperbag society talented tenth jerks who thinks HE is gifted enough to make it given the chance BUT THAT all them other "po black folks" are gifted enough to do it.

uptownsteve said...

I meant to ask which ill concieved programs are of speaking of?

Busing? Long gone.

And as far as Affirmative Action and set asides, despite the bleatings of the JMKs most of those rigid programs were dismantled almost as soon as they started.

The first minority set aside programs came about in 1971 through the Philadelphia Project and soon as Reagan got in office 9 years later his Justice Dept went about destroying them.

It's always amazing to me.

200 years of slavery.

100 years of Jim grow.

Maybe 25 years of very modest AA programs and white folks are singing "Nobody knows the Trouble I see".

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DJ Black Adam said...

@Uptown:

Hmmmm. Maybe I need to let you know something, I see and speak to Jesse Jackson Sr. and Minister Farrakhan at least 3 or 4 times a year, that being said I personally LIKE and RESPECT Farrakhan a whole damn lot more than Jesse.

I'm not saying Jesse hasn't done good, but doing good things from time to time doesn't negate the bad things he does that help perpetually keep blacks, especially the ones here in CHICAGO, dependent on a democratic machine that ain't doing a DAMN THING to better Black lives, and in some cases (i.e. Daley and the Chicago School system) things that directly IMPEDE the advancement of Black people.

uptownsteve said...

"We will have to agree to disagree on Dyson, I'll just say, the man is a hack and he is one of those brown paperbag society talented tenth jerks who thinks HE is gifted enough to make it given the chance BUT THAT all them other "po black folks" are gifted enough to do it."

Where did Dyson suggest that poor blacks, given a real chance and opportunity, couldn't make it?

DJ Black Adam said...

@UPTOWN:

"Maybe 25 years of very modest AA programs and white folks are singing "Nobody knows the Trouble I see"."

Well, were do you want to start talking? CEDA is a good place, well intentioned, needs a bit of tweaking, feel free to list all the positives and I will show you were it feel short, not for lack of unding, but for lack of overall direction...

uptownsteve said...

DJBA

I'll agree that Jesse is way past his prime and should just retire.

But don't tell me the man preached victimhood.

When he spoke at my school (and I remember it like it was yesterday)
his message was........

"If my mind can concieve it, then I can achieve it.

I AM SOMEBODY"

Doesn't sound like victimhood to me.

uptownsteve said...

Community and Economic Development Association for Cook County (CEDA)

Only poor black folks in Cook County?

DJ Black Adam said...

@Uptown:

"Where did Dyson suggest that poor blacks, given a real chance and opportunity, couldn't make it?"

Let me back it up, Dyson debated Juan Williams on the show Afterwords regarding Juans Book ENOUGH, which pissed of Dyson after he wrote that bull---- "Bill Cosby was wrong"

In the debate, Juan suggested that Blacks couldn't keep up with Whites because they didn't have the resources to do so, Juan suggested that if we have to work harder, we SHOLD until things equalize, I have to re-watch the thing myself to remind myself why Dyson pissed me off...Now, I'll try to find the link for the transcipt, sorry, only the video link: http://www.c-spanarchives.org/library/index.php?main_page=product_video_info&products_id=193738-1

DJ Black Adam said...

@Juan:

"I AM SOMEBODY"

Doesn't sound like victimhood to me.

That doesn't, sure. BUT suggesting that we can't do for ourselves because maybe we don't have a swimming pool in our high school (like the White folk in the suburbs) as opposed to trying for REAL CHANGE to help a school (curriculem for example, funding of tutor programs, etc.), that to me reeks of "victemhood". Here is THAT link: http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P2-1611497.html

DJ Black Adam said...

@Uptown:

And other community programs post Civil Rights movement that follow the formt of CEDA, pick one...